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Although these claims proceed in the same way as motor vehicle accidents involving automobiles, there are subtle differences when it comes to presenting your case.
Questions of liability with respect to the motorcyclist’s experience and training will often arise in these cases. Therefore, it is important to speak to a lawyer about the circumstances of your accident as soon as possible.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, you may have substantial medical expenses and/or lost income due to an inability to return to work. You are entitled to Accident Benefits to cover your medical expenses and short-term income replacement. Victims of motorcycle accidents may also be entitled to financial compensation for their pain and suffering.
At Grillo Barristers, we have over 30 years of experience litigating claims involving motorcycle accidents. We can help you better understand the law and assist you in recovering the compensation that you deserve. If you or a loved one have sustained injuries while riding a motorcycle, call Grillo Barristers at 416 – 614 – 6000 for a FREE consultation.
Remember, you will not pay any fees until your case is won or settled.
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Additional Articles About Motorcycle Accident Injury
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